Darin Bradley | Department of English

Darin Bradley

Visiting Assistant Professor
460-C Gen Academic Bldg

Darin Bradley is the author of four novels, Noise (2010), Chimpanzee (2014), Totem (2016), and Bloodmetal (2023), as well as one collection of short fiction, Light Both Foreign and Domestic (2017). His short fiction, poetry, and critical nonfiction have appeared in a variety of journals, and he served as the founding fiction editor of the experimental ezine, Farrago's Wainscot. Darin previously served as the principal scriptwriter for id Software, the award-winning video game design studio responsible for such titles as Doom and Quake. He has taught courses at UNT, Furman University, and East Tennessee State University, and he now teaches narrative development and script writing in games with the English Department.